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Sundome 6 Person Tent (Green and Navy color options)
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- WeatherTec™ System patented welded floors and inverted seams keep water out, Spacious interior, room to stand and move
- Dome design makes setup quick and easy, 10 minutes , Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves for easy setup, Rainfly awning for shade and rain protection
- Floor vent for maximum ventilation, Large windows help cool the tent, Storage pockets keep gear organized
- Insta-Clip pole attachments stand up to winds, 10 ft. x 10 ft. (3 m x 3 m), fits six people or two queen airbeds
- 6 ft.(1.88 m) height, room to stand and move, 1-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5.98 x 10 x 10 inches|
|Item Display Weight||18 pounds|
|Item Weight||5 pounds|
The Coleman Sundome 6, 10'x10', dome tent is part of the classic Sundome series of tents from Coleman. The Sundome 6 sleeps 6 happy campers and includes a large door for easy entry/exit with a hooded fly to provide ventilation even in rain. A large rear hooded window also provides airflow for cross ventilation. Mesh vents on the roof provide additional ventilation and the rugged 1000D polyethylene floor is a bathtub style (wraps up the sides) for extreme weather protection and has welded seams, even in the corners, to guard against a leaky floor. The coated polyester fabrics on the fly and walls are rugged and durable. Like all Coleman Sundome tents it is easy to set up or take down and features an Electrical Access Port, a ground vent and an interior mesh storage pocket.Freestanding design is easy to set up and take down.2 windows and roof vents for maximum ventilation and comfort.Mesh roof aids in ventilation and reduces condensation.Shockcorded fiberglass frame for easy set up.Polyester fly is tough and durable and won't stretch when wet.1 zippered Electrical Access Port to run AC power into the tent.1 vented Cool Air Port for increased ventilation and comfort.1 interior storage pocket.Easy convenient clip and continuous pole sleeve construction.Pin and ring pole to body connection is fast and simple.External guy points to keep the tent stable in storms and high winds.Instructions sewn to carry bag so they are easy to find and hard to lose.All carry sacks and stakes included.Includes convenient flashlight loop on the ceiling.Fire retardant.Import.
Color: Green | Style Name: Tent
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Taking the tent down was just as simple. Just fold in half twice, then fold into thirds and roll up. It fit right into the bag with no problems. Easiest tent I've ever dealt with!
I'd recommend a 10x10 tarp to go under the tent and a 10x20 tarp to go over it. There are two huge mesh panels on the top of the tent, which is great for ventilation, but bad for sideways rain that can sneak under the rainfly. I put the tarp longways over these vents and it kept out the sideways rain but there was still plenty of ventilation.
There is a hook at the top to attach an LED light/fan.
It was fantastic for warm/hot weather camping. Might be too much ventilation for late fall camping, though, unless I can figure out a way of blocking those mesh panels.
Best tent I've ever owned!
- How many can fit?
6 KIDS could probably fit. If you're an experienced camper then you obviously already knew this wouldn't fit 6 adults (or even teens) but I just feel the need to specify this. Realistically though if you're using camping mats that aren't larger than a sleeping and are adults you could squeeze 4 with room for bags at your feet. Cot wise I was using a Tenton Sports Adventurer so with using that as a reference I would say you could squeeze a maximum of 3 in there with no real aisle space on either side (maybe a leg width?), this is assuming you use the end point to enter and leave as well as storing underneath the cots. If you want more elbow room then I wouldn't put more than 2 in of that size, you could definitely put 2 of the XXL version of Tenton's cot as well and have space for an aisle between in which case with larger cots you could probably fit 2 couples comfortably if there aren't a million bags to deal with.
- Is set up easy?
As someone who has grown up camping this is pretty much your standard tent design in terms of set up. I ended up at the campsite well after dark and had a veteran camper along with a friend who doesn't tent camp often for helping me set it up to which it took us less than 5 minutes to put up. Super easy and does not require instructions if you've ever put up a tent like it before.
- How is break down?
Last day of the camp out I ended up having to break down the tent alone so it took me maybe more like 10 minutes but with help it shouldn't take that long at all. I even managed to get it into the bag WITH SPACE TO SPARE.... I folded in half then into 3rds and it fit without any struggle with everything rolled up in the tent. Still shocked it fit that easily after years of struggling with other tents to fit back into their bags.
- Is there headroom to stand?
Yes, PLENTY of head room and probably the roomiest tent I have owned to date. I'm 5'5" and even with a small hanging light I got for the top of the tent I still had an arms reach above worth of room. Closer to the walls obviously it's a bit shorter but I did not feel the slightest bit restricted like a normal small tent has.
- Is it warm?
On a sunny day with it entirely closed it got a tad warm when I checked in on it but with all the ventilation it has built in already it really doesn't get scorching like some tents do if you don't have any windows open. The first night with this tent it actually got pretty chilly and the tent was assuredly not meant for colder nights, with a better sleeping bag rated for colder weather you should be fine though... mine just was very old and not great against the cold anymore.
- Does it hold up to rain?
I camped in sunny weather, so I cannot personally review it from experience, but I would say this is not a tent that I would knowingly take on a camping trip that will have rain. The only real reason I say this is because the back has this little vent to let air in around head level if you're sleeping on the ground which is great for summer/warm weather but as someone that has been in a flooded tent before it just seems like a horrible feature if you're going up against a storm. Some reviews claimed this wasn't a problem though so perhaps it isn't as big of an issue as it just appears to be from my perspective at least.
Overall I love this tent, wish it retained heat a bit more, but definitely look forward to using it again on the next camping trip! Feel free to ask any further questions I'll try my best to keep on top of replies.
Cons: Leaks & puddles in corners. Would start to get uncomfortable in temps below 50F, especially with any wind (remember "good airflow" - but you have no option to stop it). Not durable in my experience.
My experience with the Coleman Sundome 6 tent:
I bought this tent so my two kids and I would have more space when car camping (vs 3 person tent we use backcountry) and to allow the option for a friend or two). As with all tent specs, 6 sleeping bags would cover 100% of the floor space in this 6-person tent. I used it on a single 4 day car camping trip in WV in June. It rained LIGHTLY the last day on/off for a couple hours with NO wind. When we went into the tent to sleep that night we found puddles of a few ounces in each of 3 corners and just a few drops in the forth corner with the cord access port. Very disappointing. The tent was setup correctly with all guy lines and a footprint 6-9" smaller than the tent perimeter on all sides (doing this for more than 40 years). Although dry when we broke camp, I set it up at home for a good dry out before storage as I always do upon returning from a camp trip. While evening out the poles in the sleeves after erecting the tent, one of the pole couplers ripped a 6" gash in a sleeve (I could not find a burr on the coupler). Amazon allowed me to return the tent without complaint - great customer service. My sister has two Coleman Redwood 6-person tents (they don't sell them anymore) and they have never leaked even under harsh conditions. I am not sure if the quality has gone down on Coleman's newer generations tents or ???
Most recent customer reviews
Very light and easy to put up.
Easy take down.
My wife and me can put it up in less than ten minutes, including staking out the tarp.Read more